How TEEC EFLs Work

Author's Note

I hate headphones. They fall out. They fail. The cords get tangled in the most maddening way possible.

TEEC's EFLs are a refreshing step away from headphones and from conventional speaker technology in general. And EFLs are such a new concept that we can't yet be sure what the killer application for them will be. But judging from the amount of interest that TEEC is getting from partner companies, you may see lots of flexible speakers in a lot of products very soon.

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